Kickstart an impactful career in tech at Ironhack Mexico City!

The last couple of years highlighted our ability to adapt, and changed the way we carried out our daily lives. Ironhack prides itself on teaching the skills that provide solutions to these changes, and we continue to offer our full range of Part-Time and Full-Time courses. Let us guide you through our extensive global network of alumni and hiring partners in Mexico and the rest of the world. Now is the time to change your life with Ironhack!

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Why now, why Mexico?

New job landscape

According to the Mexico Tech Salary Report of 2021, employees working in tech have seen a 4.7% rise in annual salaries. At the same time, the pandemic has increased Mexico’s wealth inequality. Together with the need for public policies, there is a huge need for transformation in the workforce. Ironhack is committed to those who are unemployed and need financial support to make a career change and start in the digital economy.

Thriving start-up ecosystem

Most of the startups are located in Mexico City, one of the biggest cities in the world, and which attracts global investors and talent. It’s great location and connection with both Latin America and the US makes it a unique place to do business. According to a recently published article in Forbes, Mexico “startup activity has skyrocketed, generating tens of thousands of jobs in the market.” It seems like the perfect moment to join the tech startup ecosystem!

Tight-knit community

Mexico City is full of events, life and - yes, amazing people. Being in Mexico allows students to be part of the community that is making things happen in the cultural, business and tech scenes. Also, the great diversity of genders, ethnicities and backgrounds makes the Mexico community enriching. Studying the Ironhack bootcamp in Mexico is a transformative experience and most Ironhackers are willing to give back to the community. If you join Mexico campus, fun and personal connection is guaranteed!

Financing options in Mexico

Ironhack is always looking to increase access to tech and has a strong community of Alumni and partners in the city. That’s why, focused on helping people to find the career they love, we have partners for Mexican students with Accede Educacion and Edupass. For students with US financial support, we offer a partnership with Climb Credit. Get personalized advice about our financing options by talking to our team!

Our Courses

Web Development

Code meaningful applications from scratch by becoming a Full Stack Web Developer. Learn Front-end design and Back-end architecture fundamentals, using top-notch technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript and many more.

Data analytics

Help make sense of a complex world by becoming a Data Analyst. Learn to cultivate tools & languages such as Python, SQL and Tableau, in extracting and interpreting valuable and meaningful insights from a wide range of datasets.

UX/UI design

Help best design digital worlds by becoming a UX/UI Designer. Learn user-centered design by applying the Design Thinking process and validate your ideas through user research, prototyping, user testing, and heuristic evaluation.


Help protect our increasing shift towards digitalization, by becoming a Cybersecurity Professional. Learn about Operating Systems, Network Admin, Malware Analysis, Ethical Hacking, Risk analysis and much more.

Our Ironhack Mexico City Team

Passionate about technology, he graduated in electrical engineering from Poli-USP and earned an MBA in business management from FGV. He started his career in multinational companies, but it was in start-ups that he consolidated his profile as a builder, entrepreneur and focused on people. He believes in the education revolution and in a new way of learning. If you don't find him at Ironhack in São Paulo, you can find him at USP's Olympic rowing lane practicing rowing very early in the morning.

Alexandre Tibechrani

General Manager

Sao Paulo & Mexico City

Anahí is an experienced project manager with a background in communications, management, human resources and marketing. Anahí has over 10 years of experience working in manufacturing, entrepreneurship and education. Before joining Ironhack, she was the web platform coordinator and program manager at POSiBLE, the entrepreneurship branch of the Televisa Foundation. As a people person who thrives off social impact and emerging technology, Anahí is a prime example of what it means to be an Ironhacker.

Anahí Flores

Campus Lead

Starting her admissions career at English First in 2014, Paula is now dedicated to helping people jumpstart their tech-careers as the admissions manager of Ironhack Mexico City. Paula takes great pride in helping people take that first step in changing or boosting their career. A real people person, and always willing to help prospective students make the right decisions around course choices and financing, you will be glad she is your first contact at Ironhack Mexico.

Paula Ibarra

Admissions Manager

Nadia has seen the power of learning experiences as life catalyzers. With over 7 years in the education industry for startups and higher education, she ensures every student makes the most out of every step of their transformative journey. Listening, commitment and a contagious energy are her superpowers.

Nadia Michelle

Program Manager

Rocío believes in people's power to create positive changes. At Ironhack, she is focused on helping our students launch their careers as web developers, UX/UI designers and data analysts. Rocío has experience in a wide range of organizations, including start-ups, educational institutions, the Mexican government and NGOs. She has also been involved in the world of entrepreneurship and technology, promoting the development of global communities like Start-up Weekend.

Rocío Pérez

Career & Partnership Manager

While working for an international company, Dylan enjoys empowering others through Web Dev education. He actively seeks to gain more professional and pedagogical experience to deliver better programming mentorships and finds great motivation in facing code challenges and hearing his students scream with joy after deploying.

Dylan Torres

Lead Teacher, Web Development

Mike enjoys web technology and explores it every day. He drives enthusiasts and programming beginners, overcoming his fears and insecurities, with plenty of coaching. His motto is #SíLoPuedesAprender. In his spare time, he writes on his blog, he is the father of a family, dances salsa and enjoys connecting with communities and friends around the world.

Mike Nieva

Lead Teacher, Web Development

Always curious, Victor is pragmatic, terribly honest and always straight to the point. Greatly interested in understanding human interaction with technology. With 6 years of experience in Visual Design, Victor has provided consultancy services to service-oriented tech startups. Lead UX teams and worked independently on projects aimed at meeting user needs and solving business challenges through Information Architecture, Usability and Interaction Design

Victor Flores

Lead Teacher, UX/UI Design

Emmanuel is convinced that all life experiences fuel his design. Through his classes, he seeks to bring together a crossdisciplinary creative hub that will enrich the UX latinoamerican ecosystem. Walking those first steps with his students and seeing them jumpstart their careers motivates his practice.

Emmanuel Aceves

Lead Teacher, UX/UI Design

As a graphic designer, information design master and web programmer, Gerardo has more than five years of experience teaching subjects related to design, visual arts, new technologies and their practical applications. He also has more than eleven years of work experience creating solutions that connect his clients with the users of his products through graphic design, UI and software.

Gerardo Vidal

Lead Teacher, UX/UI Design

Zahid is a mathematician and data engineer. He likes finding data driven solutions for different kinds of problems. He is convinced determination is the key factor for learning. Loves teaching and learning from everyone.


Lead Teacher, Data Analytics

Ponce is a data scientist, philosopher, psychologist and kung fu apprentice. He is passionate about understanding the brain and the mind (if it exists), learning new stuff, and cats. Ponce is always questioning everything and pushing people to learn more (that’s what I do Cady, I push people). He would like to teach his students not only to be the best data analyst but also to be great humans beings. His motto is: Nothing Human is alien to me.

Luis Ponce

Lead Teacher, Data Analytics

Expert in public relations with a diploma in Corporate Branding, Jos considers herself as a builder and connector, her passion is to create bonds between people and companies helping them to develop long term relationships. Ironhack has been her opportunity to grow in a new and exciting industry, that gives her the chance to help people in that path of a new career and life.

Joseza Otero

Enterprise Account Executive

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Find us in Mexico City

Campus Ironhack Mexico City

Tonalá 10, Roma Nte., 06700 , 06700 - Mexico City (Mexico)

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Covid-19 update

Some Ironhack campuses are offering a hybrid model (partly open) due to Covid-19. All cohorts have transitioned to a safe remote learning environment, giving students the opportunity to learn from wherever they want and continue using our campus facilities. For additional information, do not hesitate to reach out to our local admission team. Click here for our response to Covid-19.

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